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post #11 of 31 Old 01-16-13, 13:15 Thread Starter
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Go for the new GB Racing Bullet sliders, sold loads and they not only look great but work a lot better than the old type which could dig in and flip the bike.
Let me know your zip code and I can work you a deal out shipped.
Can you give me price on both? Do you have any pictures with the triumph logo?

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So you can get an idea what the LSL's might look like, here is a pic of my bike with them. It's not the greatest pic of them, but you can get a bit of an idea how they are positioned etc.... As far as I'm concerned, everyone is going to like something different just due to what look they like. I think the one thing that every one will agree on, no matter which one they suggest, is to get sliders that have a dual mounting point. GB, LSL, Woodcraft, Sato, and a bunch of others all have dual mount points. This will help prevent them from folding and breaking something on impact or during a slide.
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So you can get an idea what the LSL's might look like, here is a pic of my bike with them. It's not the greatest pic of them, but you can get a bit of an idea how they are positioned etc.... As far as I'm concerned, everyone is going to like something different just due to what look they like. I think the one thing that every one will agree on, no matter which one they suggest, is to get sliders that have a dual mounting point. GB, LSL, Woodcraft, Sato, and a bunch of others all have dual mount points. This will help prevent them from folding and breaking something on impact or during a slide.
i dont think woodcraft have dual mounting points. and for some reason i thought dual was less stronger. i think the fact the my girl's old gsxr 600 had a no cut frame slider with something like a dual mounting and it seemed and felt weak
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Will those GB Racing Bullet sliders fit on a 2006 Daytona?
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Yes, they will fit all models 06 to 12.

2008 Track Bike: Nitron Race Pro Shock and Nitron Fork Valves, Race Tech Fork Springs, Flux Mk2 Linkage plates, GPR V4 Steering Damper, Attack Performance Triple Clamps & Rear Sets, Annitori QS Pro Quick Shifter, No Cat, No Exup Valve, Leo Vince Slip On, No Intake Flapper, SF Filter, Complete GB Crash Protection kit, all unnecessary crap removed.
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Another frame slider thread

+1 GB racing bundle sliders and covers.

And there are not enough "+" for being able to get them from TJ at riders discount.


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sliders

Go check out T-Rex Racing. They have these solid billet ones in a real cool shape. They are also ingraved with "675R". I'm having trouble with my pics being to large to load. I got their whole package. Had a lowside, lost both mirrors on the bike. After that not a single scratch on the bike. They worked awesome. I hope this helps. I'll try again with pics.
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Go check out T-Rex Racing. They have these solid billet ones in a real cool shape. They are also ingraved with "675R". I'm having trouble with my pics being to large to load. I got their whole package. Had a lowside, lost both mirrors on the bike. After that not a single scratch on the bike. They worked awesome. I hope this helps. I'll try again with pics.
Ok, those look boner. I'd like to understand the mounting points better, though. Plus, not sure that the squarish-ness won't cause flipping.


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Another frame slider thread

I went with the t rex because ive gotten rear stand, sliders for my ninja 250r, kickstand, axle sliders. To my understanding they put a lot of thought in the frame sliders they offer. The ninja 250r sliders had multiple points and was very easy to install. However i heard the mounting points are a poor choose on the 675r and not listening to them. I went ahead and bought them. I am not sure what will come of them if something were to happen. Ive seen pictures of a 675 after poor choose of placement where it ate into the engine. But i feel like i didn't make a bad choice yet. And by the way. They might look like they rub on the plastics but they dont. I think theres like 5-10mm of space.

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I went with the t rex because ive gotten rear stand, sliders for my ninja 250r, kickstand, axle sliders. To my understanding they put a lot of thought in the frame sliders they offer. The ninja 250r sliders had multiple points and was very easy to install. However i heard the mounting points are a poor choose on the 675r and not listening to them. I went ahead and bought them. I am not sure what will come of them if something were to happen. Ive seen pictures of a 675 after poor choose of placement where it ate into the engine. But i feel like i didn't make a bad choice yet. And by the way. They might look like they rub on the plastics but they dont. I think theres like 5-10mm of space.


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They look pretty cool. never seen frame sliders shaped like that. after this whole thread i'm leaning more towards gb racing. i dont think i'll get the whole kit just because i'll eventually put some woodcraft case covers
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